posted on Feb, 28 2014 @ 05:43 AM
Now I am an armchair observer so can only give my feeling's and opinion, I Believe this site was of probably importance to at least one ancient
culture whom may have used it for ritual and shamanistic purpose.
Among the very first images in the video there is a section of wall amid the linear block like formation's which has two large flat stone's placed
into the gap meaning they are not part of the formation but were litterally placed there, this coupled with the indentation's show's the clear hand of
ancient man so the site has been used extensively in the distant past.
IF this site were to turn out to be artificial in other way's then I would feel it's age would be more Geological than Human in term's of reference
so this in itself makes it even more enigmatic though glacial weathering may mean over 35000 years and be inter ice age in origin, IF it is a mixture
of natural and artifical as I feel it is a great lost cult site which need's extensive study and field research, indeed I would say it is important
enough to the history of the human race in that part of the world that the russian's should establish a permanent site for study near by.
Even if natural this is Breathtaking and fascinating so thank you for sharing.
I feel it is a site of mixed natural and artifical origin's but it definitely need's more research, I wonder what around that site is under the
millenia of dirt and weathering deposit's and how deep into the earth the stone's go, how many coursed down and if it was artificial how much of the
site is visible and how much buried. The square straight sided corridor or passage can not be a natural water formed passage as it would be rounded
and is too square though if the rock was split naturally site shift's and earth tremor's could have opened it up though it too may indicate artifact
nature to the site.
When you hear people saying Natural artifact there is no such thing as Artifacts are produced by man or ARTIFicially and I regard the site as
artifact, how much so though with such limited information.
edit on 28-2-2014 by LABTECH767 because: (no reason given)